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The few downsides of a second faster network card are that its bigger and it can be more expensive, but it can be used to upgrade an old pc for cheaper than replacing the motherboard. If you already have a motherboard, don't buy a new one, but if you still need to buy a motherboard, you can get a premium motherboard with fast networking. There is another ...


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Mini PCIe has fallen out of favor, being replaced by m.2. That said, there's a lot of adapters available. Personally, I'm strongly in favor of Intel's wireless cards, they tend to have good open source support and quality drivers in general. You can buy AX210, which supports 802.11ax, bundled with the necessary adapter. Edit: I didn't read closely enough and ...


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